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THE OCEAN PRODUCES MOST OF THE OXYGEN IN THE AIR WE BREATHE

IT'S HOME TO 80% OF ALL LIFE ON EARTH

AND IT'S IN BIG TROUBLE

SEA OF LIFE

 

 

I never intended to become a filmmaker but when I watched Rob Stewart's documentary Revolution everything changed. 
I was 16 years old, learning for the first time that the world's coral reefs, rainforests and fisheries are expected to disappear within my lifetime. Every species I loved, every ecosystem we depend on was in jeopardy.
Action became a necessity and the journey to make Sea of Life began.
I bought a couple of cameras, learned to dive, and set out on a mission to expose the biggest threats facing the ocean.

 

 
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50% OF THE WORLDS CORAL REEFS ARE GONE

90% OF THE FISH HAVE BEEN TAKEN FROM THE OCEAN

40% OF THE PLANKTON who PRODUCE THE OXYGEN WE BREATHE HAVE been wiped out

FILM TRAILER

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When people become aware of what's going on the world will change. Right now what's happening in the ocean is largely out of sight and out of mind. Sea of Life is about to change that. 

Filmed over three years in seven countries, Sea of Life dives into some of the most spectacular ecosystems on the planet, exposing both the destruction that's happening in the ocean and the efforts underway to stop it.

Creating a world that's beautiful for all species will require the greatest heroes of our generation to rise up and tackle the biggest challenge the world has ever faced. 

JOIN US IN THE BATTLE TO SAVE LIFE ON EARTH

CONTACT

Julia Barnes

juliabarnes1@live.ca